Monday, 10 December 2018

AWS CodePipeline can be accessed through VPC Endpoints

Amazon VPC is an AWS service which can be utilized to start AWS resources in a virtual network that you describe. Now AWS CodePipeline can be accessed through Amazon VPC by using VPC endpoints. Amazon VPC offers advanced security features like security groups and network access control lists, to allow inbound and outbound filtering at the instance level and subnet level. Security and Isolation are the main reasons why AWS customers execute their applications within a Virtual Private Cloud. Earlier, you could connect to CodePipeline from your VPC with the internet gateway or VPN connection. But due to support of VPC endpoints, no public IP addresses are needed and traffic between the VPC and CodePipeline does not vacate the Amazon network. Choose AWS CodePipeline in the Amazon VPC Console to enable this. Choose AWS CodePipeline in the Amazon VPC console to start with this feature. Refer the AWS global region table for a complete list of AWS Regions where CodePipeline is available.

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